Review of global warming, climate change, renewables, CCUS, geothermal and the geoscience involved: Part 3


Brian Wm. Schulte | Schiefer Reservoir, | Author’s note This is the third part to a three-part article, and it was written so all three parts are one article. Introduction This part’s goal is to look at CCUS, which is necessary if we continue to use fossil fuels during the energy transition. This involves the utilization and storage of supercritical CO2 (SCCO2), geothermal energy, and the geoscience that tends to be utilized by EOR. The geoscience will be critical, and it will involve real time data, passive monitoring, Discrete Fiber Optic Sensing, downhole measurements, and surface measurements, etc. which [...]